Armazém is Porto’s newest multipurpose space, a converted warehouse west of Ribeira offers a cafe-bar, gallery and shops selling everything from retro furniture to artwork to vintage clothes.
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With slate walls and wishbone chairs, this industrial decor spot is the place to come
for sharing dishes divided into subheadings according to appetite. Be sure to order
Francesinha, a local delicacy.
Located in trendy downtown Porto with a large leafy garden, Letraria is the largest craft beer bar in Portugal. Fifty different varieties of cool artisan beer run from 40 taps divided into Weiss, Pilsner, Stout, Red Ale, India Pale Ale and Belgian Dark.
At Grão & Granel everything is organic and sold by the kilo, preventing waste, providing cheaper products, less packaging and little if any plastic, what's not to like? Here you will find cereals, grains, seeds, spices, sugars, flour, teas and nuts.
Set on two levels and decorated in shades of brown and bronze, this classic cocktail bar brings back the atmosphere of an old speakeasy with private rooms where you can play a cocktail Monopoly game.
This original cafe bar shop venue on the street that’s now synonymous with the Porto party scene sells vintage toys, trinkets, old phones and board games. Like a Bohemian Parisian cafe back in the 1920s, the red walls, the velvet heavy sofas and
the velvet green lamps are timeless.
This stylish and spicy Mediterranean restaurant is the place to be seen. With
its neo-Arabic arcades, balusters, pillars, exterior tiles, it has a sophisticated yet
If you are walking near the Clerigos Tower, you may stumble upon Ornitorrinco,
a vintage clothing shop carefully curated with 70s and 80s classic brands. The owner Maria Helena is responsible for the murals.
The Centro Português de Fotografia dates to the 18th century and this former jail, which held prisoners until the Carnation Revolution in 1974, now offers impressive temporary photography exhibitions.
You could be mistaken for being in Berlin when this restaurant turns into a bar after dinner time. The space with a guest house above is full of surprises, from the stark semi-industrial design contrasting with
cosy comfort of retro furniture to bohemian style cocktails containing absinthe.
This extraordinary hotel is a haven for wine lovers that wish to explore the pleasures
of the local Port wine. This beautiful hotel offers stunning views and extraordinary service. And wine. Everywhere. Even their infinity pool is shaped as a wine decanter.